The ongoing Third World mass invasion of Australia has caused yet another sharp spike in African gang violence in Melbourne, with car vandalism, stabbings, robberies, and assaults reaching a new high.
At the same time, two of the African gangsters—one born in the Sudan—will be deported at the end of their prison sentences, the government has announced. Another 173 nonwhites are also lined up for deportation.
According to a report in the Herald Sun newspaper, the two Africans are among a group of 173 nonwhite criminals in Victoria who face deportation after their visas were cancelled in the past year due to their criminal activities.
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The Apex gang, which takes its name from a street in the Third World colonized suburb of Dandenong, Melbourne, has become infamous for its ongoing violence, thefts and carjackings.
A recent article in the Australian newspaper revealed that the suburb of Caroline Springs to the west of Melbourne is now known as “Criminal Springs” by its residents because of the African invader crime wave which has enveloped it.
The crime rate per head of a population has risen by more than 23 percent in the past five years, and the offences perpetrated by what the Australian coyly called “youth gang members” is soaring.
Carjacking offences are up 80 percent across the past 12 months to March and home invasions where thieves steal a car more than doubled. Burglaries and break-and-enter offences rose almost 13 percent while robbery offences rose 14 percent in the year to June 30, official figures show.
Figures released by the Crime Statistics Agency Victoria show that offenders under the age of 25 are committing more and more crimes.
None of these figures and statistics dared mention the race of the offenders, and the Australian—typically—went out of its way to pretend that the crime wave was being committed by a “united nations” of offenders.
However, the reality is obvious from arrest records, photographs of gang members in court, and the police’s own wanted notices.
For example, in one of the more recent incidents, Victoria police have announced that they are seeking “two males and a female, perceived to be of African appearance,” for a vicious stabbing and robbery in north Melbourne on December 21.
The police wanted notice said that the victim, a woman in her 30s, was “riding a bike along Harker Street about 2.30am when she was approached by two males and a female.”
“One of the males produced a knife and made demands for her bike and personal belongings. The victim was then slashed on her face, upper arms, torso, and neck before the offenders ran off on foot.”
The police statement said that they are “keen to speak to anyone who may have seen two males and a female, perceived to be of African appearance, that were in the vicinity of Harker Street about 2.30am.”
An August 2016 report by 7News revealed that residents in Melbourne’s western suburbs have resorted to fencing their homes with barbed wire in an attempt to stop the Africans from breaking in.
The 7News report added that the gang members were “African in appearance,” in their “mid 20s” and of “thin build,” in case anyone was having difficulty identifying the culprits.